A6xxx 3 tab 50mm lens
A6xxx 3 tab 50mm lens
A6xxx Conversion from 3 to 4tab lens
Coverts from the old 3 tab lens to the new HDC 4 tab.
FLIR One Pro for IOS
Meet the next generation FLIR ONE and FLIR ONE Pro thermal cameras. When connected to a smartphone, the FLIR ONE allows you to see the world in a whole new way. Whether you’re into outdoor adventures and DIY home repairs, or are a hardworking professional looking for the convenience of a thermal camera that goes everywhere you do, there’s a FLIR ONE for you.
The FLIR C2 is a full-featured, pocket-sized thermal camera designed for a wide range of building and electrical/mechanical applications. Keep it on you so you’re ready anytime to find hidden hot spots, energy waste, structural defects, plumbing clogs, HVAC issues, and other problems. FLIR C2 makes it more affordable than ever to add the powerful advantage of thermal imaging.
FLIR T197215 Close-up Lens with Case for the T4XX A3xx series
Close-up Lens 4x (100 µm) includes case. For R&D usage or development purposes. Accessory close up lens 4x magnification with case for FLIR T Series infrared cameras.
P/N: T198066 Close-up IR lens, 1.5× (25 µm) with case
For R&D usage or development purposes. As an example looking at PCB’s or small electronic components.
High Speed Thermography Combines Dynamic Spatial 3D and Thermal Data
Researchers at the Fraunhofer IOF in Jena have developed a camera system for the three-dimensional detection of objects with two high-speed, high-resolution, monochrome cameras and a GOBO projector. The Jena research team recently upgraded its system with a cooled high-performance thermal imaging camera from FLIR as part of a joint measurement project with the goal of creating a true 3D thermal imaging system with the ability to record at speeds up to 1000 frames per second.
Pricing from £8808.00+vat
PROFESSIONAL SCIENCE KIT
FLIR A400 and A700 Science Kits offer researchers and engineers a streamlined solution for accurate temperature measurement. Simplified yet robust connections help you set up and start testing quickly; then easily view, acquire, and analyze data using included FLIR Research Studio software. The Standard kit includes a FLIR A400 or A700 Image Streaming camera, 24° lens with automatic/remote and manual focusing, as well as FLIR Macro Mode. The Professional kit has the added benefits of MSX® image enhancement, radiometric data transmission over Wi-Fi, and a close-up lens for accurate thermal measurements on small components.
Simplified Analysis & Collaboration
FLIR Research Studio’s simple Connect – View – Record – Analyze workflow helps you obtain and analyze thermal results quickly.
Accuracy you can count on
Multiple lens options ensure the maximum number of pixels on your object; crisp auto or manual focus improves thermal measurement.
Eliminate the need for additional cables using standard Power over Ethernet (PoE) plus Wi-Fi connection to your workstation (Professional kit)
86002-0202 - FLIR A400 Standard Science Kit £8808.00+vat
86002-0102 - FLIR A400 Professional Science Kit £11752.00+vat
85902-0202 - FLIR A700 Standard Science Kit £13337.00+vat
85902-0102 - FLIR A700 Professional Science Kit £16281.00+vat
All of the Science Kits are based on either an A400 (320×240) or A700 (640×480) Advanced Image Streaming Camera with a 24° Lens.
- The Standard Science Kits include one of these cameras, plus the following accessories:
- Hard case
- M12 X coded to RJ45 Network cable 2m
- M12 X coded to Female RJ45 with locking 30 cm
- Standard RJ45 to RJ45, 2 m
- M12 Open end power and IO cable 2m
- PoE power injector, with multi-plugs (commercial)
- Research Studio v1.0 – 1 Year Subscription (Online Activation)
- The Professional Science Kits include everything in the Standard Kits, plus the following accessories:
- WiFi module incl Antenna
- Visual Camera w/ MSX
- Close-up 0.5X Lens
Saving Beehives With FLIR Thermal Cameras
Beekeepers are increasingly turning to thermal imaging to help them care for their bees, especially during winter. Master beekeeper Rusty Burlew, who writes and maintains the beekeeping site Honey Bee Suite, has been using a FLIR ONE for several years, and highly recommends investing in a thermal camera for beekeeping.
“In the past few years, the number of electronic devices for beekeepers has mushroomed,” Burlew says. “I’ve frequently been asked to test these new devices, so I have quite a bit of experience with them. But bottom line, the only one I use on a regular basis is an infrared camera.”
What is a Non-Uniformity Correction (NUC)?
If you’re wondering why your thermal image sometimes freezes and the camera makes a clicking noise, there’s no need to be alarmed, it’s performing a non-uniformity correction. Why does it do this?
Non-uniformity correction (NUC) adjusts for minor detector drift that occurs as the scene and environment change. Basically, the camera’s own heat can interfere with its temperature readings. To improve accuracy, the camera measures the IR radiation from its own optics and then adjusts the image based on those readings. NUC adjusts gain and offset for each pixel, producing a higher quality, more accurate image.
During a NUC, the camera shutter comes down between optic and detector, making a clicking sound and freezing the image stream momentarily. The shutter acts as a flat reference source for the detector to calibrate itself to and thermally stabilize.
This happens regularly in uncooled infrared cameras, but it will also happen occasionally in cooled infrared models. It is also referred to as an FFC (flat field correction).